Fernando Alonso wins the 2010 Singapore GP

Article by Christian A., on September 26, 2010

Fernando Alonso obtained his fourth victory of this season in Singapore after a dramatic battle with RedBull’s Sebastian Vettel that followed him closely and was with only two-tenths of a second slower.

The bad news is that Lewis Hamilton was forced to quit the race after he collided with points leaders Mark Webber when fighting for the third place on the 36th lap. The result: Webber is currently the points leader with 202, followed by Alonso with 191 and Hamilton with 182.

The Jenson Button took the 4th place and was followed by Rubens Barichello and Robert Kubica. Alonso’s teammate Felipe Massa took the 8th place and he was followed by Adrian Sutil and Nico Hulkenberg, who took the last point from the Singapore GP. Vitali Petrov, driver of Renault, finished the race on 11th place, followed by Jaime Alguersuari and Schumacher.

The German driver had a very hard day in Singapore, when he was attacked and pushed into a wall by Kobayashi, who was forced to abandon the race after an accident with Bruno Senna.

After Schumacher, the 14th place was taken by Sebastien Buemi, followed by Lucas di Grassi and Heikki Kovalainen.

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